UF’s Veterinary Medical Center will hold a three-day training course for large animal first responders and rescue teams.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — As immigrants’ rights groups are organizing a work stoppage, economic boycott and marches for May 1, the following experts are available at the University of Florida to provide insight and comment on related topics:
Volunteers from state and federal agencies and others will join UF employees to install a new module of roosting fins inside the UF Bat House to protect bat pups from falls and predators. The addition is identical to a successful one completed last April. Covering one fourth of the area beneath the bat house, the module will create an environment similar to nursery colonies found in the wild.
The University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine Open House. The public is invited to visit the state’s only college of veterinary medicine and teaching hospital for a full day of educational demonstrations, tours and more. The open house is organized by UF veterinary students to give the public an inside look at the daily life of veterinarians and veterinarians-to-be. Visitors will have the opportunity to see “Disc Connected,” the K-9 Frisbee team and to peruse displays by many UF veterinary college departments and student clubs. Also available will be a Kid’s Carnival, pet adoptions, pony rides, tours and much more. New this year will be a lecture on behavior problems of adopted pets and a special mini-symposium on emerging pathogens and the role of veterinary medicine.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — With forecasters calling for yet another active hurricane season this year, the following University of Florida sources are available to speak to speak to the news media about a variety of storm- and hurricane-related topics.
Community Campus Council Breakfast Series
2006 Witters Competition – Student design teams at the University of Florida College of Design, Construction and Planning will compete for a $3,500 prize as each team races to create designs and solutions for East Gainesville’s historic Cotton Club and surrounding historic structures located in the Springhill neighborhood.
Gator Day is the University of Florida’s annual showcase during the legislative session, and activities are scheduled throughout the day on the Capitol Building’s second, third and 22nd floors.